Telstra has $350 off iPhone 13 this week (and up to $500 off other smartphones)

Ahead of the upcoming Prime Day shopping sales, Telstra is celebrating its monthly sales event with some decent discounts on smartphones and accessories.

Brodie Fogg
Jul 05, 2022
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If you’ve been eyeing off a brand-new iPhone recently, your timing couldn’t be better. Later this week (Thursday the 7th of July), Telstra is slashing $350 off the cost of the iPhone 13 (and $300 off the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max). 

iPhone 13 unboxing photograph

That brings the cost of the iPhone 13 down to $999, down from $1,349. That’s 25% off the retail price of Apple’s flagship smartphone, a brand that doesn’t regularly discount its handsets. As mentioned above, these deals go live on Thursday the 7th of July so be sure to check back for the latest pricing in the table below:

These Telstra deals come hot on the heels of Vodafone’s own tasty $400 discount on iPhone 13.

For Samsung users, there’s an ever bigger discount on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G. On Telstra Day, the foldable curious can take $500 off the Galaxy Z Flip3 5G, reducing it to $999 from $1,499. That’s over 30% off.

Those are the big ticket discounts but there are 15 different deals on smartphones, smartwatches and smartphone accessories. Here’s the complete list of discounts available this Telstra Day.

Telstra Day Price
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G$1,499$999$500
iPhone 13$1,349$999$350
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra"$1,849"$1,549$300
iPhone 13 Pro$1,699$1,399$300
iPhone 13 Pro Max$1,849$1,549$300
Samsung Galaxy S22+$1,549$1,299$250
Samsung Galaxy S22 $1,249$1,049$200
Samsung A73$799$599$200
Samsung Galaxy Watch4 - 40mm (Black, Silver, and Gold)$499$349$150
Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic Edition - 42mm$649$499$150
Sprout Nomad Alpha Bluetooth Speaker$360$240$120
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live$249$149$100
Harmon Kardon Onyx 7$360$299$61
Samsung Trio Wireless Charger$159$99$60
JBL Tune 510 Over Ear Bluetooth Headphones$79$49$30
Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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